Google Free live streaming Service Launched
Just a week ahead of the most awaited launch of the live music streaming service Google has launched free live streaming yesterday the 23rd June 2015. The company is offering first free version of the streaming service, this is ad-supported service and is more like Spotify. Earlier Google Play Music service was offering service on $9.99 per month subscription service for two years and this is the first time that the company is offering such free service.
Google's top rival Apple has earlier announced that the company will be launching music streaming service for $9.99 per month along with a $14.99 per month family plan, with a free three-month trial. Apple is aiming to launch its music service in more than 100 countries around the world including India where the service is said to be available at Rs. 120 per month.
At present the company refuses to share the number of users for the service. Unlike Spotify Google free streaming does not give the control over exactly what songs are playing. Free users are not allowed to skip six tracks per hours or rewind, scrub through songs, or even see what's coming up next but they can pause the ongoing track.
All this limitation are skipped for the Google play music paid users and they are given the full control over the playlist, and even edit, rename, and save them for offline playback.
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